|Posted by shawn cassidy on February 11, 2012 at 1:15 AM|
Rondo's personal hell must be a playbook with a bunch of set plays. All he sees is a bunch of restrictions, and rules that tie him down. Rondo is like an artist who needs to find a 9-5 job, but he does a horrible job because it's something he doesn't want to do. Tommy made a comment during last nights game, about how Rondo doesn't work well in set play's. I'm starting to believe the Celtics are the wrong fit for Rondo. They want him to change who he is to better the team, but it's not possible for Rondo. He's to good to be tied down to set plays for the entire game. Give me your thougts. Would Rondo be better off next season with the Celtics? Or should the Celtics let him go this season?
Rondo needs to recover- Boston Herarld.com
As the Celtics point guard admitted to Doc Rivers during halftime of an 86-74 loss to the Toronto Raptors, he was playing horribly. He had, for example, five turnovers in the first half, though he went error free during the last 24 minutes.
“To his credit, at halftime he said, ‘Man, I’m playing like crap.’ And I said, ‘That’s fine, but keep playing,’ ” Rivers said. “Even if you don’t play well, it can’t affect your energy and your effort, because everyone is always watching on your team.”